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Public lectures

These lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students. All public lectures are free unless otherwise stated.

Some of our previous public lectures are available as podcasts and videos.

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Upcoming lectures

  • Co-benefits of the Paris Climate Accords

    I-SEE seminars

    Time: 5.30pm

    Venue: 8 West 3.22 lecture theatre

    Speaker: Professor Anil Markandya, Honorary Professor, Environmental Economics and Resources Climate Change, University of Bath

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  • Chemicals from Alcohol and CO2

    I-SEE seminars

    Time: 5.30pm

    Venue: 8 West 3.22 lecture theatre

    Speaker: Dr Matthew Jones, Department of Chemistry, University of Bath

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  • Chance and design: How much control do we have over solid-state structures?

    Faculty of Science inaugural lecture series

    Time: 4.30pm

    Venue: CB 1.11

    Speaker: Professor Andy Burrows (Department of Chemistry)

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  • Is this the Tipping Point? - Electric cars, renewable energy and storage. How far, how fast, how soon

    I-SEE seminars

    Time: 5.30pm

    Venue: 8 West 3.22 lecture theatre

    Speaker: Robert Llewellyn British actor, comedian and writer best known as the android Kryten in the hit TV sitcom 'Red Dwarf' and as TV presenter of the TV engineering game show 'Scrapheap Challenge'. Robert is a leading authority and recognisable figure worldwide for his knowledge and opinion on emerging transport and the future of energy with the renewable sector through his YouTube series 'Fully Charged'

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  • The global temperature average: a history, recent changes and their context over the Late Holecene

    I-SEE seminars

    Time: 5.30pm

    Venue: 8 West 3.22 lecture theatre

    Speaker: Professor Philip Jones, Climate Research Unit, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia

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  • H3AT and Fusion Technology at UKAEA: New facilities for Fusion Research and Beyond

    I-SEE seminars

    Time: 5.30pm

    Venue: 8 West 3.22 lecture theatre

    Speaker: Damian D Brennan, Head of H3AT, UK Atomic Energy Authority, Culham Centre

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  • People and energy - a relationship in transition

    I-SEE seminars

    Time: 5.30pm

    Venue: 8 West 3.22 lecture theatre

    Speaker: Louise Kingham OBE FEI, Chief Executive, Energy Institute

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